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Here's a new time-sensitive challenge to help Make A Change In West Africa! and
all the causes listed at iGive. We're really excited that, so far, we've
donated over $20,000 just through these challenges.

SPECIAL CHALLENGE NOTIFICATION - EXTENDED PERIOD TO JOIN
The 36 hour, $1 per new member special challenge begins
Thursday, April 22, 2010 at noon Chicago time and runs until midnight, Friday
April 23, 2010.
SPECIAL CHALLENGE NOTIFICATION

For each person who joins iGive using the special link below (your iGive.com
joinLink) AND visits a participating store via iGive --there are over 780 stores
(from Amazon to Zazzle, eBay to HSN and QVC) between noon, Thursday April 22,
2010 and 11:59 p.m., Friday, April 23, 2010, we'll give Make A Change In West
Africa! a dollar.

5,000 new members, $5,000. No purchase necessary. That's 5,000 new members for
all causes, not just yours, so it's a bit of race.

Of course, if these new members search more (or buy something at an iGive store)
they'll earn even more money for Make A Change In West Africa!. Right now,
we're donating a special bonus of $5 for that first purchase plus the usual
percentage, on top of this $1 special challenge.

Here's where you come in. Post your joinLink on your site. Do it today, so
that you're ready when the challenge starts. The only way Make A Change In West
Africa! will get new supporters and that free $1 (or more) is if you let them
know about the challenge. Do more than post it on your site. Send your friends,
family, and colleagues the following link in an e-mail, tweet it, chirp it, do a
Facebook posting, put up posters, shout from mountain tops and let them know
you think Make A Change In West Africa! is pretty cool and
deserves their support, especially since it's free!
This is the link:
http://www.igive.com/MakeAChange

Thanks for joining!

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